5 May, 2022
Ormiston Endeavour Academy has been praised by Ofsted for its harmonious environment and ambitious curriculum as it retains its good status.
The report highlights how the academy provides ‘a good quality curriculum’ that ensures students are ‘taught essential knowledge well’ and that is underpinned by a strong culture of ‘high ambition’.
During the inspection, which took place on the 16 and 17 of March, inspectors noted how students “appreciate and live up to the staffs’ high expectations of behaviour and achievement”, and “enjoy coming to school”.
Throughout the report, inspectors praised a wide range of areas where the academy is working exceptionally to ensure the best educational outcomes for its students. Notably:
The exceptionally positive report is a testament to the hard work of the students, staff, the Trust and the wider community in creating a positive environment where students are able to flourish.
Leadership at the academy, with support from the Trust, are looking forward to building on the strong foundations that have been outlined in the report to continue providing an exceptional education for all students.
Jamie Daniels, principal said: “I am incredibly proud that the hard work and dedication of our staff has been recognised throughout the report. Every member of our Ormiston Endeavour team continues to go above and
beyond to support each of our students and ensure they have every opportunity to thrive.
“Moving forward, we will build upon these strong foundations as we continue to instil a culture of high ambition and place the success of our students at the heart of all that we do.
“Thank you to all of our students, staff, the Trust and our wider community for their unwavering support, which is fully appreciated.”
Aron Whiles, regional director east at Ormiston Academies Trust, said: “I want to say a huge congratulations to the whole team at Ormiston Endeavour Academy on this well-deserved recognition.
“They have done exceptionally well to create a positive and highly ambitious environment where students are supported in unlocking their full potential. I look forward to continuing to work closely with Jamie as he builds on the findings of this report.”